I’m sure the many people she is helping are happy to see her no matter her health condition. If she has the ability to change the Grinch Hand Hold Stethoscope Nurse Christmas 2020 Shirt for the better by helping go her. She’s been cleared medically, she knows her own body and mind. As long as she’s following any doctor’s advice then support her choice. Plenty of women continue to work, many in physically demanding jobs when pregnant. You simply need to be careful. Good for her! I live rurally and know firsthand the value of volunteer firefighters. I cannot safely perform their duties, so I am thankful for those that can and do. Why do people see pregnancy as a disability? Yes, we are carrying precious cargo on board but we also know our bodies and our capabilities. She has been a volunteer firefighter for 11 years and pregnant for 14 weeks, assuming she would not have much of a bump so not really slowing her down. Lovely of people to care about her and her baby’s safety given the conditions but trust her when she says she knows what she’s doing.
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Just like everything else, if you agree that a woman has agency over her own body, we need to respect all decisions. One we agree with and ones we don’t. Not only in certain situations. It is her body…and like it or not, she gets to decide. You go, girl, do what suits you not all the Grinch Hand Hold Stethoscope Nurse Christmas 2020 Shirt people who have nothing better to do with their life. According to all the people out there I should never have done have the things I did while I was pregnant. It is not an illness She should heed her friends’ warnings, this can’t be good for the child. While she seems to have done well as a firefighter, endangering life is not something one would do yet that is exactly what she does every time she carries the child into harm’s way.
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I’ve got nothing against her, very brave, but what if she faces some internal problems while doing her job? Like, you know, inhaling toxic fumes, loses balance due to her having a huge belly, make herself a victim in a mad fire and slow down her team, etc. She seems like a sensible girl. She’ll stop when her body says to stop. She’s 3 months an 1 week. Not heavily pregnant and obviously wearing protective gear including masks etc. Best wishes to you, bubby and soon to be, Dad. Fair play to her for helping and all that… but surely employers’ duty of care towards her and her unborn child would take steps to keep her away in this day and age of suing each other. Good in her though. Braver than me.